On 22 October, Ukrainian low-cost SkyUp Airlines completed the first flight Kyiv – Pardubice – Kyiv.
Starting from 1 December 2019, the flights will be operated 4 times a week: on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Sundays.
“We continue to increase the number of scheduled flights and expand the map of flights. Today, we completed our first flight to the Czech city of Pardubice, which is located near Prague. We have launched another destination for Ukrainians so they can further explore Europe. And at the same time, we are proud to open Ukraine to the world”, said Yevhen Khaynatsky, CEO of SkyUp Airlines.
What is Pardubice, and how to get to Prague?
Pardubice is an airport in the Czech Republic, near Prague, which is used by low-cost airlines.
Everyone will be able to get to the Czech capital by shuttle bus from the airport. This service is arranged specifically for SkyUp flights. Buses will depart approximately 30 minutes after the arrival of the plane. They will take tourists to Prague's Černý most area. From here, the bus takes passengers to the airport. Passengers start gathering 3 h 50 min before departure. Travel time is one hour.
A shuttle ticket will be available at Pardubice Airport. One-way ticket price is 84 UAH (3 euro)*, round-trip ticket costs 140 UAH (5 euro)*.
* Ticket price is exclusive of baggage charge, and is as of the date of this announcement publication.